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Your Android smartphone as a second screen

by: Simon HillApril 13, 2013
The idea of your Android smartphone or tablet as a second screen is really taking hold. We examine the trend and highlight some of the best second screen apps on the platform.
 
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EZTV Android based media player and Smart TV device – full review

by: Gary SimsFebruary 18, 2013
In depth review of an Android media box called the "EZTV", it is described as a media player with Wi-Fi. On the actual box it is called "Enjoy TV" with the slogan, "Make your TV smart and get connected." What is different about this particular Android TV device is that you can add a hard drive and that makes all the difference!
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LG Electronics loses $429 million in Q4 despite posting best mobile sales of the year

by: Joe HindyJanuary 30, 2013
Despite posting their best mobile sales of the year, LG Electronics were still $429 million in the hole in Q4 due to a fine from the European Union.
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Sony demonstrates one touch mirroring with the Xperia Z (video)

by: Joe HindyJanuary 28, 2013
Sony releases a video demonstrating the Xperia Z's ability to mirror to TVs with one click.
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Technologies we’re looking forward to in 2013

by: Nate SwannerJanuary 9, 2013
With CES happening, it’s going to be a great time to speculate on what’s coming up in 2013. By the time this week is over, we’ll have a great understanding of the direction technology is headed long term, as well as what we can expect to see immediately.
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Rumored Xbox TV could compete with Google and Apple TV devices

by: Nicholas MooreNovember 24, 2012
Recent rumors suggest that Microsoft is looking to take on Google and Apple TV with a set top box of their own known as Xbox TV. Sources close to the company seem to believe that Xbox TV will be competitively priced, and will run on Windows 8.
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Virgin Media launches TV Anywhere for PCs and Apple devices, Android to follow next year

by: AdrianNovember 7, 2012
The latest service to allow TV consumers to enjoy their favorite content anytime and anyway they want is Virgin TV Anywhere. Launched by Virgin Media in the UK, this provides Brits with access to up to 45 channels (for now), as well as to 4,000 hours of on-demand services.
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Fujitsu’s new ad transmission technology allows smart phone owners to pull data from their TV

by: Joe HindyOctober 7, 2012

We currently have a plethora of ways to get data to our smart phones. We can use QR codes, messages and email, and even NFC. At this year’s CEATEC, Fujitsu has demonstrated a new way to get data from the world to our smart phones. This method uses our televisions.

It’s much the same premise as a QR code. When a TV commercial prompts you to, you open up your camera and point it at the screen. The TV advertisement then transmits a coupon or a website where you can learn more details. Where you point your camera doesn’t matter, although it is recommended you get your whole screen in the viewfinder.

Once the data is obtained, the phone should just open up [...]

 
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TiVo app for tablets now available

by: Ankit BanerjeeJune 25, 2012

With TV networks determined to “win the time slot” when it comes to the ratings war between their premier shows, many viewers  are almost guaranteed to have to choose between several favorite shows on any given day. Granted, there are some not-so-legal ways around this problem. But if you have qualms against going the shady route, TiVo is the solution for you.

TiVo allows you to record all your TV programs to view later, also including shows that are running on other channels at the same time. Following the release of the TiVo App for Android, which gives you complete control of your TiVo DVR from your phone, now comes the tablet-specific TiVo for Tablets [...]

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Best Android apps for TV lovers and couch potatoes

by: Carl ParkerMay 23, 2012

Art imitates life, and that’s exactly why several million people are glued to their TVs everyday. After a hard day’s work, who doesn’t enjoy kicking off their shoes and becoming a vegetable in front of their TV, simply soaking in shows and movies? TV is more than just for entertainment, however; it can be used as educational tools for children, as well as for adults. Getting into the groove of TV can be difficult though. Unless you’ve purchased a TV guide from the nearby store or you’ve seen an ad for a certain show, being able to catch something of interest can be difficult and can lead to hours wasted on mindless channel surfing. We’ve [...]

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